Tag: entertainment

July 23: One-Eyed Doll @ Smiling Moose

Artist: One-Eyed Doll Date: 7/23 Venue: Smiling Moose, 1306 E. Carson St., Pittsburgh, PA 15203 Time: Doors 6:00 pm | Show 6:30 pm Ticket Price: $12-14 Notes: All Ages One-Eyed Doll is a theatrical-rock duo from Austin, TX. With years of touring, the band has gained a considerably […]

August 10 @ClubCafe: Nashville’s Powerhouse Sarah Potenza

Nashville’s “rock ‘n soul powerhouse” (Rolling Stone) Sarah Potenza is taking her fierce voice and sharing it with the debut of MONSTER, out August 19.  Her sound is reflective of the formidable soul and rock voices of the past, with the passion and depth of Janis Joplin, Etta James and Mavis Staples. She has been tapped for the […]

I Prevail @ Altar Bar on July 31st

Detroit rock band I Prevail  recently announced a headline North American tour, which will stop in Pittsburgh for a show at Altar Bar on July 31st I Prevail gained global notoriety in early 2015 with a massively successful cover of Taylor Swift’s hit “Blank Space,” which garnered a Top 20 slot […]

The AlliYance, “Cake”. LGBT crew from NYC drops two videos for one single

youtube.com/watch?v=9uJKUysvbZ0 [@thealliyance] | [@ikp4president] | [@rwswanny] | [@baddassbilly] [@earthtonemuziq] | [@gdafunkdrspot] thealliyance.com | Facebook | Instagram East coast LGBT rap collective The AlliYance presents the music video for “Cake”, the new EarthTone-produced single from their forthcoming debut EPIntroducing… The AlliYance. Director G. Addison shot two music videos for […]

Pixies Announce New CD, Bass Player, Tour

Pixies:  L-R:  Paz Lenchantin, David Lovering, Joey Santiago, Black Francis Photo Credit:  Travis Shinn Pixies announce that their sophomore “post-reunion” album, Head Carrier, will be released onSeptember 30 (Pixiesmusic/Play It Again Sam/ [PIAS]).  The 12-track collection of the band’s unique aural mix of surrealism, psychedelia, dissonance and surf rock was […]

Hey Mercedes on 07/17 @ClubCafé

Formed from the ashes of Braid only months after the band’s well-documented final shows, Hey Mercedes provided a more melodic, accessible alternative to Braid’s aggressive interpretation of “emo,” winning over the hearts of fans both old and new. The band’s output during their five year existence was impressive, […]